Why does the power of habit have such a hold on our lives? We recognise that there are things in our lives, results that come from certain activity, that cause us problems yet we endure rather than change. [box type=”alert” style=”rounded”]By the time you are finished reading this article you will know the truth about […]
If you were not there it didn’t happen for you. If you did not experience it then you have no account of it. If you have no account of it, then you rely on the account of others to form a picture in your mind of it. It doesn’t matter what it is, you need to experience it directly to know it. Everything we experience is absolutely personal. We might be in the company of others under particular circumstances and experience a thing together, but we will have slightly different, or even radically different accounts of the event.
Some have said that the physical universe is less than 1% of the entire ultimate everything, however I have a big problem here. I understand the actual universe is an infinite universe existing separate from space and time and as such how then can we quantify it? And by natural conclusion, how can we quantify the physical universe as a part of that? The Origin Of The Universe is a zero point. It comes from nothing and will die back into nothing again.
Biologist Richard Dawkins makes a very strong case for “thinking the improbable” by looking at how the human frame of reference limits our understanding of the universe.
Is creation amazing? You better believe it is amazing. But there’s no point looking for “The Answer” because we are creating the whole thing by virtue of our searching.